Vicious Past

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When I think of you (3 x's
Sometimes, when I think of you, and I don't know, what to do, I go crazy, just the thought of you, gets me so mad, makes you sad....

Sometimes, when I think of you, all i want to do,is just hold ya, squeeze you so tight, won't make it right, yeah we know, this ain't true...

when I think of you (3 x's)

Chorus 1
Sometimes when I think of you, its a sadness...I get so blue, but, sometimes when I think of you, its's a good thing & all is cool between me & you.

when I think of you

Sometimes when I think of you, skies are so blue, and our time is just so short, for me & you and we ain't got a clue...

When I think of you....

Sometimes when I think of you, I get the feeling, your thinking of me too, to bad we don't know what to do, and it is just me & you..

When I think of you (3 x's)

Chorus 2 repeat 1st chorus

Sometimes, when I think of you, try to be calm, ya can't get to me, but thats a hard way for me to be, well can't ya see what ya do, when I think of you, when I think of you, when I think of you, yeah, when I think of you.....

Song Length
2:48
Genres
Rock - Hard Rock, Rock - Modern
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Distressed, Passive

Subject Matter
Life, Energy

Similar Artists
Alice In Chains, Beastie Boys
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Alan D. Nason
Music Credits Alan D. Nason
Producer Credits Alan D. Nason
Publisher Credits Alan D. Nason